ART OUTLET: A Group Show.
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EXHIBITION: December, 2022
This month, Hologram is proud to present the 3rd annual ART OUTLET: A Group Show.
"ART OUTLET" is fun and experimental, an intervention on the standard art sales model. We present guests with a wide spectrum of art types; from the painting on the wall to the sketch in a book, what is a finished product? Hologram Gallery's “ART OUTLET" invites visitors to participate in the art market at a more accessible price point, while giving our artists an opportunity to clear inventory and vulnerably put forth what may not be their favorite or newest works. At Art Outlet, we play closeout big box sales strategies inside of the white-walled gallery space, where art is supposed to have some higher purpose than commercial consumption. We will also have a raffle draw and other games where visitors can WIN art! This is a fun one.
Art is in the eyes of the beholder, the producer of an object may not know the true value of what they have created. A bargin is decided by the purchaser, determining price is a delicate dance. Please come see a wonderful group art show and the OUTLETS BLOWOUT SALES EXTRAVAGANZA!!!
Anand Galloway Davis
Carl Thomas Edwards
Christopher B Coleman
Devon Midori Hale
Felipe Campos Quezada
300 S Washington St, Seattle, WA 98104, USA
ABOUT THE GALLERY: Hologram is an artist-run Art Studio and Pop-Up Gallery founded in 2017. Originally housed in a vacant warehouse basement in Columbia City, Hologram features local Seattle artists. Hologram Gallery is now located in the street level of the Tashiro Kaplin Artist Building and showcases contemporary interdisciplinary artwork.
Hours: Shows are hosted for one pop-up night during First Thursday Pioneer Square Artwalk from 5pm – 10pm and the following Saturday from 12pm-4pm. The show remains up for one week, viewable by appointment.
For First Thursday, July 7th, 2022, Hologram Gallery debuts new paintings by Psych-Pop.
Psych-Pop is a collaboration of paintings, sculpture, installation, mixed media, public work, and experiential artwork between Devon Midori Hale and Chi Moscou-Jackson. In these paintings, Psych-Pop presents work that plays with subconscious but common imagery, such as brands, childhood cartoons, and many pop culture references. The chaotic scenes and stimulation overload reflect rising commercialism and consumption with feelings of absurdity, humor, and apocalyptic dread.